Contempt and Enforcement. Contempt arises when someone fails to comply with the terms of a court order. The order may be a Final Judgment of Dissolution, any other type of final order, or even a temporary order. If a person fails to comply with the order, that person may be held in contempt. A court hearing is required to find a party in contempt, and a Judge will make the decision. If you find yourself in the position of having to enforce or comply with a Motion for Contempt, The Aikin Family Law Group can help.
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